If you watched Monday night's "Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and heard a studio audience, your ears did not deceive you.
For the first time in a year, the late-night show welcome backed fans into Studio 6B in New York City.
After the pandemic started, many talk shows broadcasted from home until they figured out a way to go back into the studio.
The audience was masked up, and there were 58 people in attendance. The normal capacity is 240.
Fallon said, “I’ve never been so excited to do a show for 58 people in my entire life. After last year, this is like performing at a sold-out Madison Square Garden.”
For the first week, the audience will be made up of healthcare workers and first responders who have worked tirelessly over the last year dealing with COVID.
You can see the show intro below. Very cool!